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Subject files

The subseries chiefly consists of ministerial records written and/or collected by Lauk, but also contains personal and political papers The records include correspondence and memos, telegrams, reports and briefs, agreements, transcripts, orders and bills, speeches, news releases, newsletters and circulars, newsclippings, notes, photographs, receipts, invitations, and schedules.

Personal and miscellaneous correspondence

Subseries consists of correspondence pertaining to certain topics (such as health, travel, anniversaries, and day-to-day events) or sent by specific individuals. This correspondence takes the form of letters, cards, personal notes, and postcards. Some of the senders include Hedy Lamarr, Marie Louise Wanamaker, John Martin Gilbert, Adolf Ludwig Mandl, and many other friends and acquaintances.

General government files

The subseries consists of records pertaining to Lauk's personal files as an MLA. These records include papers, private members bills, and newspaper articles he wrote, as well as his research files relating to those papers. Other records include records pertaining to various committees Lauk was a member of during his time as an MLA from 1976-1985. The photographs contained in this subseries mainly consist of Lauk's official portraits for the NDP party. There are also some photos of a dinner party that Lauk attended.

Correspondence

The subseries contains copies of correspondence addressed to or written by Lauk to his constituents, other MLAs, or the public in general. These letters largely address various issues faced by Lauk's constituents in Vancouver, or issues pertaining to the public of British Columbia at large.

Letters

Sub-series consists of incoming and outgoing material including several letters written by Cheney to Humphrey Toms and other letters written to or collected by Cheney.

Stan and Marjorie Hiraki tapes.

Subseries includes recordings of Japanese Canadian Redress Committee meetings in Toronto as well as an index to the sound recordings complied by Miki.

Speeches 1977-1984

Subseries consists of files related to speaking engagements and speeches given or planned by Thomas Berger from 1977 to 1984, for audiences in Canada, New Zealand, Australia and the United States, on a wide variety of themes including the environment, native rights, northern development, and Canadian culture, among others.

Arsenal Collaborative Library

Sub-series consists of Library catalogues, notes concerning the creation of subscription library service, membership forms and lists, financing information, order log summaries, notes on marketing of the service and correspondence.

Work as a health and fitness instructor

Subseries consists of materials related to Hanne's work as a health/fitness educator and trainer. Most of these records are from her time in North America, first leading workshops and hosting lectures in the United States (1940-1943) and later in Vancouver, where she worked as a fitness instructor, personal trainer, and massage therapist. This subseries also includes materials used to promote and advertise her gym and schools in Austria, her work as a fitness instructor and trainer, her fitness method, and other services she offered.

Japanese Canadian Centennial Project (JCCP) redress committee

Sub-series consists of correspondence, minutes of meetings, reports, notes and a notebook, drafts, news clippings, transcripts and audio recordings of symposia proceedings, a grant application, and other records related to Miki’s participation in the Japanese Canadian Centennial Project, a project which aimed to document and celebrate the history of Japanese presence in Canada. The sub-series also contains a book on Japanese Canadian history prepared and published by the JCCP.

Education Critic

This subseries contains records pertaining to Lauk's role as the Education Critic from 1976-1982. The records largely pertain to the issues relating to the education sector in British Columbia during that time period. The records include correspondence addressed to and written by Lauk, memos, briefs, reports, news releases and clippings, and articles and research notes written or collected by Lauk.

General correspondence

Sub-series consists of general and editorial correspondence and postcards received at Pulp Press from 1973 to 1978. Files are arranged in chronological order. “in” refers to letters received, “out” to those sent. “in/out” indicates that letters received and copies of those sent are filed together.

Agreement negotations

Negotiation files include past and proposed agreements, proposals put forward by TLR and by Teamsters, proposals agreed to and those dropped, interpretations agreed to, notes, papers, minutes of meetings and some correspondence.

Personal Files

Sub-series consists of Personal [Personnel] files of individual employees. The files consist of copies of memorandums received by the union that relate to issues concerning Imperial Oil Ltd. and individual union members. These issues include absenteeism, performance interviews, and the wearing of beards.

Miscellaneous files

Sub-series consists of miscellaneous office-related files, some of which relate to events that occurred in one year only. Of particular interest is a file from 1979 which contains detailed information, programs, hand-written letters and cards, etc . relating to the 30th Anniversary Dinner and Dance. Also, there is a file from 1980 file pertaining to the change of the union from OCAW to ECWU, that includes the letter from the Labour Relations Board approving the change.

Shingle & Shake Promotion committee.

Sub-series contains minutes relating to the Council of Forest Industries’ Shingle and Shake Promotion Committee. Material consists of meeting minutes that include meeting proceedings, attendees and a brief summary of the items discussed. Topics of discussion include budgets, promotion of shingles and shakes, and synopses of reports.

Advisory Commission on Indian and Inuit Health Consultation subject files

Series consists of subject files, arranged alphabetically, related to the affairs of the Advisory Commission on Indian and Inuit Health Consultation established in 1979 by the federal government of Canada, as well as material assembled for the commissioner’s reference, including correpsondence, drafts of the Commission’s report made in 1980, press clippings, other pertinent reports and policy position papers.

Clippings

Sub-series consists of clippings from newspapers and periodicals relating to Emily Carr’s activities and work.

Clippings

Sub-series consists of clippings from newspapers and periodicals that relate to the activities of artists in Canada.

Erin Mouré

Subseries contains textual records pertaining to Erin Mouré's poem <i>Coming Forward</i>. The records include a draft and the final published edition of the poem, as well as two invoices.

Jo Corrello

Subseries contains textual records pertaining to Jo Corrillo's broadside poem <i>And When You Leave Take Your Pictures with You</i>. Records include drafts and the final published edition of the broadside, as well as correspondence, invoices, and receipts.

Audrey Thomas

File contains textual records pertaining to Audrey Thomas' poem, <i>Intertidal Life: An Excerpt</i>. The records include drafts, correspondence, and copies of the published edition of the poem.

Management meeting minutes.

Sub-series contains minutes relating to the Council of Forest Industries management meeting. Material consists of meeting minutes, which outline the financial reports, public relations, discussion about committee progress with specific emphasis on the International Trade Commission.

Indo-Chinese refugees.

Sub-series documents various projects having to do with Indo-Chinese refugees. Project files contain correspondence, requests for assistance, reports, statements regarding finances, and photographs.

General administrative files

Sub-series consists of a register of incoming mail, a card file of media addresses, a card file of addresses of subscribers to Three-Cent Pulp and some photographs.

Leslie Pinder

Subseries contains textual records pertaining to Leslie Hall's poetry broadside titled <i>35 Stones</i>. The records include drafts and layouts of the broadside, as well as copies of the published edition. Other records include correspondence, order forms, and invoices.

Correspondence with family

Subseries consists of correspondence to Hanne from Hedwig Herrmann (her mother), Elizabeth Fischer (her sister), and Peter and Fritz Fischer (her nephews). There is also correspondence from Ilse, Peter’s wife.

Photographs

Subseries contains original photographs taken or collected by Philip J. Thomas. Thomas' photographs range in subject matter including research materials, folk song singers, and himself. The majority of the subseries are black and white negatives, while there are also colour photographs.
The arrangement of the subseries reflects that of the material at acquisition. Therefore, each file represents a binder, while each division within a file matches the division of photos within the binder.

Crown Zellerbach Canada (Southern Interior Wood Products) Photographs

Subseries consists of photographs created or acquired by Crown Zellerbach Canada Ltd. This aggregation consists of photographs concerning the former S.M. Simpson Ltd. mills as well as other mills purchased by Crown Zellerbach Canada at the same time.
The majority of these images are contact prints of aerial photographs from commercial photography studios, commissioned by Crown Zellerbach Canada:
Hans Giesen of British Columbia Ltd.
Jennings Ltd. Photography
Images depict sites, workers, events, processes, and capital projects at Crown Zellerbach mills, including those holdings in Enderby, Armstrong, Falkland, Monte Lake, Lumby, and Kelowna.

Crown Zellerbach Canada

Crown Zellerbach Canada (Southern Interior Wood Products) Operations Files

Subseries consists of partial documentation of the substantial forestry, logging, and sawmill operations conducted by Crown Zellerbach Canada (Southern Interior Wood Products) during the 1960s through 1980s. Predominantly, this subseries is comprised of prepared reports, prospectuses, industrial profiles, and descriptions of assets, work processes, and mill specifications.

Crown Zellerbach Canada

George Walker personal records

Subseries consists of records pertaining to the life of George Walker, including his immigration from Britain, official documentation (such as an application for divorce from his first wife or a photocopy of his death certificate), and personal papers such as notes for a sermon.

Walker, George Dickson

Material relating to Weston Woods Studio filmstrip.

Series contains sketches, drawings, paintings, correspondence, reviews and other materials related to the Weston Woods Studio production of <i>A Salmon for Simon</i>. Some oversized materials are housed in a separate container; please see the file list for further detail.

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